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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 11 August 1860

JOHN BELIi M |»I _pJfo^^_P« Cor. of Market-st. , amd Jil MaM f _sSmjQ _BOCp<^^ ' ri RATEFUL for t_^ajSgoviafor • _growa _p _VJTmy thanks to myAU:m WjT%£:iMankit»C&I_»_Kfc8 trons and inform thenl ua _¥_&_£ _s_^tm******1 **^ *? old business at the old _itai _fici^^_JCS, « bag, WOlCl i U pleased to sec thenrrat-aii ' :.f&?«_=<.,. ** tStfatdft _' on full and splendid _assorts. _3m5tit? SSion W, _W _^Z . CLOTHS , _CASSlMElZmM j _VP_™ J_^_OJSjfR_^ which wilt be made up to _orSji 'R _^9/ _-i _^^i noticeby the best bfwoikmtnjHfc). _^ ^^ — ble termsI would be _pleaacShMkir •M _JTWho WftS upon my old customers audlli _^ ^/_A iail at to patronize me hereafter. _^Pm_: _^'ir/w _^ _^ * EUREKA mum "/'_sVday_^a Marietta, Lancaster < •>., rl JK a, fa av _" ;«4_i kinds of SASH, DOORS B n \ /> V _^_aMfcife_^_-_^11 _* * ik aoara«ij_^Waiie_%ffi_«ninE ! e* , ar Uitu' unp fS_^l&s Pll,e trl "a_? _r_#»*^_teSi as from _ur. _$P ol |^_ffew ...

Publication Title: Weekly Mariettian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 11 August 1860

_^°The heavy storm turday after noon last, seems to have been quite severe in the neighborhood of Straaburg. It reached that Doint about five o'clock and was _atec6mp4niejl with loud peals of thunder and vived lightning. About two miles- northwest of _Strasburg the lightning struck a tree on the farm *of Jacob Roher, under which wexe ' some cattle, and four cows were instently killed. r j ^¦ _" It is said" that * Kossuth and his faririly have arrived at Paris. - t V BARRELS Prime New-Yqrk Apples, I n frteBh from the orchards just received and _wV _wle at W 0 L FE » S. Apples always on hand? We have contracted with _ane of the mo»t extensive Fruit dealers, in Philadelphia, _S_^uY Fall supply of Apples and Peaches, _KS e_^A bePP d&cultyiin _obtoimng;a mce 1 _^ apple, or a sweet melUng _peadh, by callingat WOLFE'8. _____^ _ifeUiOPOSALS wUl »e received for the erec-W _Swvot\ Frame Scbpol House (for colored _^_Tnii_^ of East Donegal and Manetta until tfce 18th day of _AupiB...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 11 August 1860

_£7kc ££anjcwd£* /_Glleafi BOOK STORE North Queen Street, near the Exam incr & Herald Office. _fTIHE Proprietor of The Lancastek Cheap X BOOK STORE has availed himself of the opportunity Xo purchase a large stock of the roost varied assort ment of valuable books of every class and description. He now offers to the public the same at proportionably and unusually low rates. Those in want of valuable standard works, for the improving of a well selected library; will rind it to their great advantage to call and examine the extensive stock on hand. My object and wish isas it always was, to supply the wants of the community with anything in my line on the most reasonable terms possible. This we find the better and most advantageous course for all parties. The Political Economist tells us " cheaper an article isthe more it can and wilL be used. " Then the conclusion is, that when we buy cheap, we must sell cheap, simply allowing ourselves a reasonable profit. ¦ SUNDAY SCH...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 11 August 1860

_H _jPThe Managers of the * Lancaster County Agricultural, and Mechanical Society held'a meeting on Monday afternoon, for _tha purpose of making arrangements for their _next annual Fair. After, considerable discussion upon the propriety of dispensing with the next annual Fair, the following resolutions were adopted: Resolved, That in view of the enormous expense, of holding Pairs, and the fact that nearly all the Fairs heretofore held in and about the city of Lancaster have resulted in a loss to the Managers, this Society dtfems'it inexpedient to hold a Fair next; _falLunlesa the citizens of Lancaster will contribute towards the expense thereof. Resolved, That the President be authorized to appoint a competent person to call upon the citizens for contributions in aid of the Fair. Resolved, Th_*t Messrs. Spencer and Row, together with the Secretary, be a Committee to prepare the premium lists, &c, for a Fair, to commence on the 25th of September' ir ext, provided the cont...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 11 August 1860

New Summer Goods. JUST RECEIVED AT THE STORE OF No. 61 Market Street, Marietta, Pa. JUST opening, the largest ' and best stock of _LtDtES and _Gentleman's DRESS GOODS EVER OFFERED IN THIS MARKET. Black Silks, Foulard Silks, Plain and Figured DeLainjea, Shawls, Ginghams, Challies, Calicoes, Tickings, MuslinsChecks, Table Linen, Diaper, Embroideries, &c&c, &c. Blaok and Fancy Cloths and Cassimeres, Silk and Marsallies Vesting, Cottonades, Kentucky JeansHoisery, Suspenders , Gloves, Cravats, Shirt Fronts, &c. All Kinds of House Furnishimg Goods. Every, variety, of Sheeting and Shirting Muslins, Table and Irish Linen, Towelling, Ticking, &che. Allendale and Marsailes Counterpanes, . Flannels all prices and colors, Linen and Woolen Table covers_. Plain, Ornamental and Oiled Window Blinds and Patent Fixtures, Wall Papers, Carpets, Floor Oil Cloths. Umbrellas and Parasol Is Glass,.ftueensware and Cedarware. Boots and Shoes, All kinds of Liquors...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 11 August 1860

T OCATED AT PHILADELPHIA, NEW jYORK, BUFFALO, ALBANY, CLEVELAND, DETROIT AND CHICAGO. Philadelphia College. S. E. Corner Seventh and Chestndt-Sts. REFERENCES—JOHN B. ' MYERS, I MOARIS L. HALLOWELL, PROF. J. Si HART, H. COWPERWAIT_, J. ». LIPPINCOTT. _COUNTING HOUSE COURSE, CompriserBook-Keeping for Mercantile- Banking Railroad, and Manufacturing Business with Penmanship, Calculations, Correspondence,_^. Sec., fully _qualifying the student for actual business. Students receive individual instruction. Diplomas are awarded to graduates. THIRTY FIVE DOLLARS Pays for Life Scholarship good in seven Colleges ; Twenty-five dollars for partial course. OCF For catalogue and specimens of writing, address, including two stamps. Bryant & _Stratton, July 30.1859-y. Philadelphia.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 11 August 1860

_tiTA fatal railroad accident occurred on Wednesday afternoon ' last, almost immediately in front of oar office. As the four o'clock local freight train was passing through this borough, several empty tracks were to be run into the Mehaffey side track; a man on the train named Barney McNellis, whose brother was the flagman of the train, volunteered to detach the trucks, after doing which, the sadden starting of the train threw him off the bumper of the rehear and before he could recover his feet the tracks passed over him, literally liashing his head into a jelly. He is from Altoona and had just completed a visit to thia brother, who was recently married and lives in Columbia. The brother on viewing the mangled body, became almost frantic. The body, was placed in ice and removed to the residence of the brother in Colunpbia, by the evening passenger train. He was unmarried, and about 30 years of age. '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 11 August 1860

, g_$*Tbe Peoples' County Committee held a meeting on Monday afternoon last and resolved to have a grand mass meeting in Lancaster about the middle of next month. Upon motion of Dr. Keneagy of _Strasburg the following resolution was unanimously adopted : Resolved, That each member of the County Committee shall as soon as conveniently may *be (if not already done) call a meeting at some suitable place in his District, for the purpose of organiz ing a Lincoln, Hamhn and Curtin Club —at which meeting there shall also (in addition to the other officers) be appointed a sub-committee of five who shall act in conjunction with the members of the County Committee, to canvas the District for the purpose of enrolling members to compose such club as well as to ascertain the State of the feelings of the voters relative to our cause, which shall be reported to the County Committee, at each stated meeting.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 11 August 1860

MAGNIFICE NT ENGRAVING of Christophiyr Columbus and his Crew. is Beautful _Engraving was designed by RubenSj one of the most celebrated * artists that ever lived; the cost of the original design and plate Doing over $6000, size 22 by 29 inches. - ' The Philadelphia Daily News, .ays,u the mere nominal sum asked for the-engraving, is a sufficient inducement for persons to purchase without the additional Gift. " _SCHEDULE OF GIFTS To be given to the purchasers. For full particulars, send for a Bill. 1 Cash, $5,000 5 Cash, $300 1 Cash, $3,000 10 Cash, $300 1/ Cash, $2,000 10 Cash, $250 1 cash, ' " _$1,500 -rrcasn, ~ ' $20(_T 1 cash, $1,000 10 cash, $100 I cash, $500 10 cash, $50 1 cash, $500 1000 cash, $5000 4 cash, , $300 2000 cash, $5000 Togtther with a great variety of other valuable Gifts, varying in value from 50 cents to 25 dollars. Any person enelosing in a letter $1 and five . 3 cent Postage Stamps J to paj' for postage and Roller) shall receive, by return of mail, the magni...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 11 August 1860

g&'The Harnsburg Telegraph, of the 2d instant contains the following com* pliment to one of our Lancaster advertisers : "We were1 shown yesterday a specimen of watch repairing by a firm in Lancaster, that surpassed in mechanical execution, any. similar work we have examined fora long time. The watch was literally "smashed," the rim that contains the crystal was lost, the pins that secure the face were also gone, an-d the works of the watch very much shattered. Messrs.- H. L. & E. J. Zahm, of Lancaster, done the repairing of this natch, and in a manner, too, perfectly _guccessfuTand satisfactory, if not better than it would have been done in _aoy of the large establishments of Ne w York an d Philadelphia. We advise oar friends, who have watches out of order that cannot be repaired in Harrisburg, to send them to this firm in Lancaster."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 11 August 1860

mOWN MILL.—We have added to our Store Room a large Flour and Feed room, we can furnish Flour by the single pound, by the barrel, or fifty barrels, Chop Feed, Corn and Oats by the bushel, at mill pricesBran, Shorts, Corn, OatsShipstuff and all kinds of feed always on hand ioi cash. Also Cracked Wheat and Graham Flour. H. WOLFE, Market-st., Agent for Jacob E. KreybilL PORTA BLE L A M' P S. A new and most convenient .and perfectly safe lamp, called the (i ._Portytble Coal Oil Lamp, " for sale Cheap at Qroie _f Roth's Drug Store. S APONIFIER.—10 Cases _genuine Keystone I Consentrated Lye, for soap making, an article'extensively used by all _housekeepers who desire to have first rate soap, none but the genuine original article kept at, Spdneter Sr Patterson's. NOTICE is hereby given, that ALLEN _fc. R\|B>Y (Blacksmith) having removed rom Manetta, has left his boolcs Avith the underaigned' for settlement. '" f E_* D. ROA.TH. ^¦ _at . «s S. S. isathvon_, [Successor.to F. J. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 11 August 1860

DISSOLUT ION. The firm of Duffy, Hout_? & Co. is this day dissolved by mutual consent. James Duffy, Daniel K. Houtz, James Mehaffey_, . Geo. W. Mehaffey. Having rented our interest in the " EUREKA MILLS?' to Geo. VV. Mehaffey, we would take great pleasure in calling the attention of our former customers to the fact that he . is now prepared to fill all orders in his line with promptness and dispatch. MEHAFFEY HOUTZ Sf CO. Marietta, March 1, l860.-6m LUMBER YAKL>. ' T GROSH & SON, «|": « .- "'¦ • LUMBER DEALERS, Yard at the Eastern part of Marietta. £5" Pleas call at their office, adjoining the TmiEF. -STnnv Ivriek hmi.se at th« _caivat.. SPECIAL NOTICE: Now opening, the largest and most complete assortment of Men' s Wear we have ever offeredconsisting of Super EnglishFrench, American and German, Black and Fancy Twilled and Plain Cloths and Cassimeres,'Fancy) Silk, Plain and Figured Silk Velvet and Plush Vestings, &c. We-invite particular attention ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 11 August 1860

I860! FRESH ' 1860 SUMMER GOODS.. _. From New-York. N O W opening the most beautiful assortment of Aeto Spring Goods we ever offered DRESS.GOODS. Organdie Robes—2, 5, 7,"9,11 flounced Berage Anglais Robes, 2, 5, 79 and 11 flounced Satin Plaid Berege RobesDouble.skirt Satin Plaid Berege Robes, Solid Plain Colors, Satin Plaid Beege Robes, Poi de Chevre Satin Plaid Bereges Robes, gay and neat Bereges and G' ranadines; new style Spring Silks, Black Silks, best brands imported j: Plain Mous' a oif—in Pinks, Blues, &c.; Berege Anglais. New Spring Cloaks. Mantillas and Dusters, Lace Bournous, Lace Sultanas Lace' Mantles, Lace _Pointes, C16th Cloaks, light Spring styles, Gathered and platted. Shawls.—Stella, in all styles and colors. Men ' s Weak.—Superb Cloths, _Cassimefes and Vestings. Carpetikgs.—An additional supply, among which are the handsomest Brussels, _Threeply, and Smith's New York Patent,wo ever offered. R. J. HALDEMAN'S Cheap Cash Storf..

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 11 August 1860

grWe are pleased to announce, says the Lancaster Union, that John Griffin, Esq., " .well known to many of our citizens as the former popular and esteemed manager of the Safe Harbor Iron; Works, ifr this county, is doing good service in Chester county,,where he now resides, for the good cause represented by our _gallaatr standard-bearers. Lake thousands qfofher old Whigs, he went off m 18b6 to the support of Buck and Breck, bat Basbeebme tiredof the corrupt party and has returned to the fold. We welcome him back most heartily. Bytbe._bye # the "Wheatland Club," that was—for it is as dead as a" mackerel now ought to hand over that cannon to our Wide_.Awak ' e81

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 11 August 1860

Mehafifey_, Houtz & dH_^_lSt _^ LUMBER MERC lIA_^r-f_^_otfle UPPER STATI __0N ! _ MA»;i;J -_^^^^^ TTAVE on hand a large and _^_fyBtT_^B_^ _P_^ BoarJ _fo _Jolts, Plank > _RcnniWH!^ _Ife1 _^ I ._# Planed white pine JE.%4 _^^ Mo6riifg and ceiling • HP1 ! 1 WsL Shingle and Plaster Lath. _» t\Jk W®'_S ° Pales, j;c ; also pim ,,, _BteaSi HM 13-Orders aU_^Mto tMwJfr' _fi1 _* * 'WP and delivered at _uny pO in:«»-SS' 11 W&1 CJ_^ _^^^ I-tecf 1-. *:. JB

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 11 August 1860

TO CONSUMPTIVES AND NERVOUS SUFFERERS. The subscriber, for seveial years a resident of Asia discovered while there, a simple vegetable remedy—asure cure for Consumption , Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs, Colds and Nervous debility. For the benefit of Consumptives and Nervous sufferers, he is willing to make the same public. To those who desire itj he will send the prescription, with- full directions, free of charge, also a sample of the medicine, which they will find a beautiful combination of Nature's simr pie herbs. Those desiring the remedy can obtain it by return mail, by addressing J. E. CUTHBERT, Botanic Physician. Apiil J4-3m] No. 429 Broadway,' N. Y. TEJVVELRy.—A large and selected stock qf _f_| fine jewelry of the latest patterns from the best factories in the country can be found at H. L. & E. J. ZAHM'S. Cor. North Queen st. and Centre SquareLancaster, Pa. Our prices are moderate and all goods warranted to be as represented. |

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 11 August 1860

•REVBREHOUSE_, (kORMERIjY EAGLE HOTEL.) _" No. 227 North Third Street, Phila. ri_^HIS house is situated in the most business J_ part of the city, has one hundred and thirty rooms; large Parlors and*every room is _newJy furnished and is considered one of the finest Hotels of its class in Philadelphia; it has erected a large observatory where persons can have a fine view of the City, Delaware riverfeeSec; it is also supplied with hot and cold water Bathes, which will be free of charge for the guests of the House ; City Cars will take you to the Revere House. Our charge is moderate, $1.25 per day; persons visitinfc the city will please come and try<he Revere House and we pledge ourselves that we will endeavor to use our best efforts to make it appear like home. Charles J. Faber, of Reading, will have charge of the Office, G. W. HINKLE, formerly of the States Union Hotel and latterly of the United States Hotel, Atlantic City, J\ T . J., Proprietor.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 11 August 1860

mm mm _Q inw&i g» 1 H.D.BENJAMIN, Wine _fy Lifoor'Dealer, _Picot Building Front Street, Marietta, Pa. B EGS leave to inform the public that he will continue the .WINE & LIQUOR business , in all its branches. He will constantly keep on hand all _ldnde of Brandies, Wines, Gins, Irish and Scotch . Whiskey, Cordials, Bitters, S_^c, ; Benjamin 's justly celebrated ROSE _WHIS KEY always on hand. A very superior OLD RYE _WHISKER ust received _^ which is warranted pure. Jd_= All H. D. .B. now asks of the public is a careful-examination of his stock and prices, which will, he is confident s result iu Hotel keepers and others finding it to their advantage to make their purchased from i im.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 11 August 1860

SPANGLER & PATTH rtfll )S. No 664 Market St., Mar/'GO" _£\*> H AVE just opened an immenjl_^f_._tf. o_^ SUMMER Q00_fo. _*Z2Jfife _Shallies, Fancy Silks, ^> %£ Mous de lanes, Ginghams, ' fcn*tS|_v , Calicoes, Cassimeres, Vesu|' <^J French _XHoU_»s,_Ncwstyte Coating, _Cottonkj«3-s Youth's Cassimeis, Spring Shawls, Mantillas, Neck Ties, Cravats, Gloves, Suspenders, Shirt Fronts, Collars, Cuffs, &c, &x. ~ Sheetings, Shirtings, Checks, lickings, Flannels, Diaper, Ingrain _^ Stair, Rag, Linen, and Cotton Carpets, Wall and Window Paper, Transparent Blinds. GROCERIES: Extra fine Syfups, prime Rio Coffeechoice Black and Green Teas, Tellow and White Sugars, Fish, Rice _$ Salt s Spices, &c, all of which will be sold at the lowest market rates. An early call is solicited. \

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 11 August 1860

PL/UMB & X>YER, Fashionable Tailors & Drapers, Opposite A, CasseVs store _> Market street, MARIETTA, PA. nrVHE undersigned having.associated them-JL selves into a co-partnershipwould hejreby inform their old patrons and the pubic >^_a generally, that they will continue the 1_R Fashionable Tailoring'Business . _,Hic_ at the old standadjoining 'Dr. Hinklc' s Dru_» Store, Market street. _Having a fine stock or Glof _fys_, _Gqssityelres & Desfiqg& which they will dispose of and '' make up " ort reasonable terms. Being determined to give satisfaction, they would respectfully ask a continuation of past favors. Christian Plumb, Nathan Dyer. _jgT Cutting done at short notice. Marietta; Sep. 10, 1859.-tf

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